Saam Textiles Pvt. Ltd.
The first generation entrepreneur, Mr. Mukesh Bhargava is a Management Post-graduate and has worked previously with India's largest textile organizations. During his various assignments he has been posted globally in textile centres like Prato (Italy) & Manchester (U.K).
While he was associated with the Indian Textile Corporates he travelled abroad extensively and studied the International Textile Market very deeply and also understood the work-culture and business environment prevalent in various parts of the world.
As the Managing Director of SAAM, his vast experience & skills garnered from working with the International textile trade, has contributed to the strong growth of SAAM Textiles.
They offer fabrics for Suitings & Shirting in various blends of polyester, Viscose & Wool made from spun yarn. Fabric designs range from classic to contemporary in various weaves like Twill, Plains, Herringbone, Satin & Crepe.
Their fabric matches international testing standards for physical & colour fastness parameters and are duly certified by independent testing labs like SGS & ITS. They also take care of color matching and design reproduction.
All their production batches are tested in-house in their highly equipped laboratory comprising of imported testing equipment.
Saam Textile have developed a web based integrated production plan to ensure quality standards are strongly adhered. The application and standardization to ISO 9001:2008 parameters has further strengthened the production cycle and high level of quality parameters are achieved on a constant basis. The production plan further undergoes quality trials and sampling across a variety of yarns and colors. They have developed an entire collection of fabrics in different qualities.
They specialise in production and supply of finished fabric with a variety of speciality finishes including Teflon, Teflon HPR, Telfon (Non-Iron), Advance Teflon, Ultra Release, Stain Release, 3XDRY, Anti-Bacterial, Moisture Management and Organic cotton based fabrics.
They have come up with innovations in chemical finishing with a stringent usage policy. This is for better usage of chemicals for a sustainable environment. This innovative approach has led to SAAM emerging as one of India's major exporter of synthetic and woolen suiting fabrics.
There is large scope for improvement in the Indian textile industry. The huge increase in personal disposable income among the Indians after the 1991 liberalisation has created a large market that demands sophistication. There is also a large growth of the organised sector in the Indian textile industry. The foreign brands along with the collaboration of the Indian companies has changed the textile landscape in India dramatically.